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The properties listed below have been declared by a law enforcement agency to be unfit for use due to meth lab, storage activities, or both. The properties are considered uninhabitable until cleaned up by a state-certified decontamination contractor and a certificate of fitness is issued by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division.
Get more information about drug lab properties, certificates of fitness, licensed contractors, and clean-up procedures from the
Clandestine Drug Lab Program.
This list is updated when the division receives notification from OHA with new or updated information.
Oregon Health AuthorityBrian.Gadbois@dhsoha.state.or.us971-673-0285
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